Act fast to secure place at annual Business Breakfast
Members of the city’s businesses community are being urged to act fast if they want to book their place at Wolverhampton’s annual Business Breakfast.
There are limited places remaining for what is the city’s Business Week flagship event on Thursday, September 27, from 8am to 10.30am.
The venue is GTG Training and Conference Centre, Bearing Drive, Wolverhampton WV11 3SZ, and this year the breakfast will again be hosted by one of TV’s shining lights – broadcaster and journalist Steph McGovern.
It is a unique opportunity for businesses, investors, developers and representative bodies to hear from her, Managing Director of Wolves FC, Laurie Dalrymple, and City of Wolverhampton Council’s new Managing Director, Tim Johnson, on the benefits of foreign investment for the city and how the City of Wolverhampton is becoming the City of Opportunity.
Guests will also find out more about a new initiative to support small businesses in the city.
Entry to the event is free but booking is essential. To book visit www.investwolverhampton.com.
Chair of Wolverhampton’s Economic Growth Board, and Director at Liberty Engineering, John Wood, said:
“The city’s Business Breakfast is a great opportunity for businesses to come together, hear about the achievements the city has made, find out what’s happening next and to meet and talk to other businesses.
“I urge businesses of all types and sizes to book their place at the breakfast and to take a look at the rest of the programme of free events over the coming weeks.”
City of Wolverhampton Cabinet Member for City Economy, Councillor John Reynolds, added:
“The focus of this year’s city business programme is about supporting businesses to start, grow and succeed.
“The city’s annual business programme continues to grow each year and gives a focus to the raft of support and advice on offer to businesses all year round.
“This Business Breakfast event is invaluable to businesses of all sizes in Wolverhampton to exchange ideas – and find out more about the latest projects and programmes in the city and regionally that can help them thrive.”
The breakfast is just one of a series of free events taking place this month and next in the City of Wolverhampton to support businesses of all types and sizes to start, grow and succeed.
Businesses can take advantage of bespoke business advice, tender and start-up help, local contract opportunities and latest technology demonstrations, construction opportunities locally and in the Middle East, and business networking opportunities.
For details of all events visit www.investwolverhampton.com.